After we settled into our room, we took Sophie outside to play. There was a daycare center next door in which we could play on all their outdoor equipment. Then we walked over to dinner at the hospital cafeteria. We really didn't feel like getting back in the car and it was a gorgeous day outside.
This morning, we had breakfast at the hospital cafeteria and arrived at registration at 9:30am. We then headed up to the EEG department to get all set up and had to wait for almost an hour since there was some kind of emergency. Finally, by 12:30pm, Sophie was all hooked up and we were settled into her room. Then we tried to order her some lunch but couldn't because she was put into the system to only have an infant diet. Once we got all that cleared up, she finally ate lunch at around 1:45pm. Which isn't all that bad with the time change (we are one hour ahead of our normal time zone). Then Sophie proceeded to pull her mummy head wrap off twice. After the second time, the nurse told me she did not know if the EEG tech would come back up to fix it. Oh really...should I just disconnect her from the machine now or wait until she pulls all the leads off her head?!?! Some people are just so incredibly...rude (for a lack of better words). Anyway, the EEG tech came back and rewrapped her head. This time he did an incredible job and he didn't seem to mind coming back up at all. His wife is due with their first daughter in a month and he is even thinking about naming her Sophie. Sophie has that effect on people ;)